Colorado Springs Area Volunteer Opportunities Starting May 11, 2018

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Colorado Springs Area Volunteer Opportunities Starting May 11, 2018


Olson, Carlotta, The Gazette (Colorado Springs, CO)


These agencies need volunteer help. Call about specific opportunities and time commitment.

- Mavic Haute Route Rockies - Volunteers needed June 29; rebekah@thesportscorp.org.

- Cerebral Palsy Association of Colorado Springs - 638-0808.

- Cheyenne Mountain Zoo - Help connect animals and people; cmzoo.org.

- Colorado Rangers Law Enforcement Shared Reserve (CLER) - An all volunteer statewide government and P.O.S.T. Certified Law Enforcement Agency is seeking new recruits; coloradorangers.org.

- The Depression and Bipolar Support of Alliance of Colorado Springs - 477-1515.

- Disability Services of Colorado - 574-9002.

- El Paso County Sheriff's Office - Join the Volunteer Victim Advocate Program; 520-7216.

- First Visitor - Visits homes of families with newborns; English-and-Spanish speaking volunteers needed; peakvista.org.

- Friends of the Pikes Peak Library District - ppld.org/friends.

- Gateway Prayer Garden - Office help needed; 574-0500.

- Girl Scouts of Colorado - girlscoutsofcolorado.org.

- Greccio Housing - Volunteer painters, landscapers and more; greccio.org.

- Peterson Air and Space Museum - Tour guides needed; 556-4916, 21sw.mu@us.af.mil.

- Pikes Peak Historical Street Railway Foundation - Administrative help; 475-9508..

- Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center - Volunteers 14 and older needed to help with equine assisted therapy. Horse handling experience not required; 495-3908, pptrc.org.

- Pikes Peak United Way - ppunitedway.org.

- Play­Date Behav­ioral Inter­ven­tions - Interventions for children with autism and other disabilities; 465-3989, myplaydate.org.

- Project Angel Heart - Bring meals to those homebound by serious illnesses; projectangelheart. …

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